Dana White, The UFC Stars Are Supporting Keaton Jones And His Message Against Bullying

UFC president Dana White has stirred things up on social media plenty of times. But he’s never seen a reaction like this.
White has been surprised by the response he’s seen since sharing a video of Keaton Jones, a young boy who spoke out in gut-wrenching fashion against the bullying he’s suffering at a Tennessee school.

The vision, which shows Keaton with tears streaming down his face as he talks about being too scared to go to lunch, is incredibly moving.

There was also an outpouring of support — and incredible offers — from the entertainment world as Keaton went from bullied teen to one of the most popular kids on the internet.

Actor Chris Evans, AKA Captain America, invited Keaton to attend the premiere of the Avengers in Los Angeles.

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown and Suits star Patrick J. Adams also gave Keaton a shout out. Moreover, Chris Evans to Katy Perry to Justin Bieber has reached out to him, offering their support.



Among these stars are many members of the UFC roster, and UFC President Dana White, who offered to fly Keaton and his mother out to Las Vegas for a bit of fun with some of the greatest fighters in the world.

Interestingly Dana White’s Tweet even generated a response from Donald Trump Jr., who offered lodgings to Keaton and his mother, should they choose to take the UFC up on their offer.

No matter what Keaton Jones has a pretty impressive army behind him. With all of these notable celebrities and even the UFC heavyweight champion of the world behind him, hopefully, his struggles with bullies come to an abrupt and permanent end.

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